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Take and Make Great Photographs with Gavin Hoey—AdoramaTV

ArticleAdoramaTV - Take and Make Great Photography Techniques and How-Tos - by Gavin Hoey, March 28, 2013

Join Gavin Hoey as he uses three different filters to capture the same image and compares the resulting effects.

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TAGS: infrared,  polarizer,  polarizing,  neutral density filter,  Adobe Photoshop CS6,  Gavin Hoey 

ZAP the ZAPPERS 5: Falling for IR

Here's another ZAP the ZAPPERS shot by Jack Howard.

ArticlePhotoZAP: We Critique Your Photos Techniques and How-Tos - by Jack Howard, October 25, 2010

Go ahead, give Jack your honest opinion about this IR+visible spectrum shot taken with the Sigma SD15 with its IR Cut filter removed!

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TAGS: infrared,  sigma,  photography tips,  photography tip,  PhotoZAP,  photo critique,  ZAP the ZAPPERS 

Modify your your Digital Camera for Infrared Photography

Infrared photography is easier than ever, thanks to some clever, warranty-voiding customizations.

ArticleQuick Photography Tips Techniques and How-Tos - by Joe Farace, June 22, 2010

Because the imaging sensors in digital camera are sensitive to more than visible light, some manufacturers place an infrared cut-off filter in front of the chip to block IR light from striking it and causing color balance problems.

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TAGS: special effects photography,  DSLR,  infrared,  digital SLR,  conversion 

PhotoZAP 40: Pink sky country

Our critics praise and pan your pictures

ArticlePhotoZAP: We Critique Your Photos Techniques and How-Tos - by Adorama Learning Center Editors, March 1, 2010

“I’m not quite sure I understand the logic of the simulated infrared here.”—Mason Resnick

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TAGS: canon,  DSLR,  landscapes,  infrared,  outdoor photography,  PhotoZAP,  photo critique 

Digital infrared...in color?

Can you really fake color infrared digitally? Do you really have a choice any more?

ArticleDigital Darkroom, Post-Processing & Printing Techniques and How-Tos - by Joe Farace, March 28, 2008

Kodak Professional High Speed Infrared (HIE) film was a high-speed color slide film with moderately high contrast and was sensitive to light and radiant energy to 900 nanometers (nm) in wavelength. But it's gone now.

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TAGS: filter,  photoshop,  infrared,  color 

Faux Infrared in Photoshop

Give conventional images the infrared look

ArticleQuick Photography Tips Techniques and How-Tos - by Joe Farace, March 27, 2008

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Here’s a few tips, tricks and techniques that will let you convert conventional images into faux infrared photographs using various software tools.

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TAGS: digital,  photoshop,  infrared,  adobe,  fake 

Infrared filter guide

Your digital camera may already be IR-ready. All you need is the right filter.

ArticleLenses and Filters Gear Guides & Reviews - by Joe Farace, March 25, 2008

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Is your digital camera capable of infrared (IR) capture? Point a TV remote control at the lens, push a button, and take a picture or look at the image on the LCD panel.

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TAGS: photoshop,  infrared,  adobe,  RAW,  printing tips 

Digital Infrared Basics

Infrared photography is easier than ever, thanks to digital cameras.

ArticleSpecial Effects Photography Techniques and How-Tos - by Joe Farace, March 24, 2008

Back in the days of IR film, you had to use special film and load and unload your camera in total darkness to reduce the damage of fogging.

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TAGS: digital,  infrared,  tips 

Tiffen Announces the Solution to IR Pollution

Blog The ALC Blog - by Adorama News Writer, April 28, 2010

Tags:   filter,  infrared,  tiffen 

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